One of the great features of Princeton Site Builder is the ability to control how and what users can access on your site by assigning specific roles to them.
Site Admins can view a list of all users on their site by clicking the main Users item in the admin toolbar.
This dashboard shows a list of all user accounts on your site, sorted by the users that logged in most recently at the top.
Users Without a Role
Some sites may have a small or large number of user accounts that have no role. These users are not displayed in the Users dashboard by default, but you can view them by checking the Show users with no role checkbox at the top of the dashboard and pressing the Filter button.
It may be that you do not recognize these users, and don't remember adding their accounts. The most common reason they appear is because someone with a Princeton Net ID attempted to access a Webform that is configured to require authentication. When someone attempts to access these protected webforms, it prompts to log in with their Net ID and will create a basic user account for them after authentication. This is just a side effect of how the access control system works. You do not need to be alarmed about these users. As long as they have no roles, they have no editorial access to your site.
Standard User Roles
- Site Admin
- Content Manager
- Content Author
- CSS Manager*
- Webform Submission Viewer*
Note that in addition this these standard roles, WDS may have created custom roles for your site, so you may have more options.
* The CSS Manager can only be applied to users by WDS. This role grants supplemental permissions to content managers and site admins for managing custom style definitions.
* The Webform Submission Viewer role is only available for sites that have enabled the Webforms A collection of features or functionality that can be enabled on sites. WDS has made several optional modules available to site administrators to enable on their site. For example, the "News" module enables the News content type and provide a News List Block for displaying news on a page.
. This role grants access to view all webform submissions for all webforms.
Summary of available Permissions based on Role
Removing (Canceling) Users
Instead of completely removing a user, it's typically better to block that user and remove their roles instead. If you really want to delete a user, find the user on the main Users page, click Edit, and then click Cancel User at the bottom of the form. Follow the instructions, but be careful not to select the option that deletes all the content the user created unless you're positive that's what you want to do.
For a non-Princeton-affiliated person to access sites for editing purposes, it is recommended that Guest Account Provisioning (GAP) accounts be created so that passwords are maintained externally maintained.